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cmpayc
post Jun 20 2005, 04:16 AM
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hello,

i tryed xqt and debian on my c860 with cacko 1.22a. it works great.
i found some xqt-applications in xqt- and cacko-feeds:
sylpheed
dillo
gimp
ethereal
xmms
it would be a great improvement, if I could have a couple of another usefull apps under xqt, not as a part of debian-pocketworkstation :
firefox
thunderbird
abiword
gnumeric
xchm
xfce4
... wishlist is open :-)
had someone a expirience in "porting" or "reconfiguration" of the apps from debian or pdaxrom?
is it very time-consuming?
is somewhere in www a "pool" or feed of this kind of apps?

thanks in advance for your answers

best regards

cmpayc

but debian is a little bit to big for my 1gb sd-card
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Kedge
post Jun 20 2005, 09:59 PM
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QUOTE(cmpayc @ Jun 20 2005, 01:16 PM)
hello,

i tryed xqt and debian on my c860 with cacko 1.22a. it works great.
i found some xqt-applications in xqt- and cacko-feeds:
sylpheed
dillo
gimp
ethereal
xmms
it would be a great improvement, if I could have a couple of another usefull apps under xqt, not as a part of debian-pocketworkstation :
firefox
thunderbird
abiword
gnumeric
xchm
xfce4
... wishlist is open :-)
had someone a expirience in "porting" or "reconfiguration" of the apps from debian or pdaxrom?
is it very time-consuming?
is somewhere in www a "pool" or feed of this kind of apps?

thanks in advance for your answers

best regards

cmpayc

but debian is a little bit to big for my 1gb sd-card
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I'm also very interested in some of the applications running under X/QT.

Kedge
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